Tag Archives: the seaside

A GRAND DAY OUT

Yesterday went very well. The sun was out, only one seagull criticised my work and there were plenty of gingernuts to share around. My favourite comment was “Anything can be wonderful when perceived [conceived?] by the right mind.” However I won’t mention the little girl that wandered around and then announced she was bored and […]

HILDA AND HENRIETTA HEDGEHOG

Through the Froglet [she’s French you know] at Fuel My Blog I was sent a pair of North Face Hedgehog trainers to try out. I must say that I am very wary of wearing trainers at my age as they tend to look a tad desperate, are rarely comfortable and my feet get hot in […]

A GRAVE SITUATION

I’ve been concerned about gravity for some time. Nobody knows exactly what it is and why it does what it does. We all know it makes apples fall to the ground but we don’t know why exactly. I’m worried that it is a variable which could explain why dinosaurs were so large – gravity wasn’t […]